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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 October 1891

Subscription Prlco-l? Mooth?, tl.OO. PAYAIlhK in advanck. J rK IK. EDITOR. Hltes for Adyortlsing.- Ordinary Ad r VOrtlsOMinntH, por F'piaro, 010 liiaor tlou,? 1.0U; euch subsequent iiiHortlori, 00 cents. L'liorul roJuctlon Iiiado for lur?o Ad vertisements. W. W. BA LL, l'roprlolor. I IiAUUENH, H. C? Oct. Oll?, 189!. How uro the mighty fallen. Hov oral years ago tho Columbia Canal was a State issue. Now it i.s a Co lumbia City issue. All Georgia Crackers arc not flre-crackcrs like (hat I>r. Baldwin. That Dr. UaldwJn should "go ofP' is what is mostly wanted. A Citizens' ?llTauco Is lo bo or ganized 111 South Carolina. Mr Wolfe or the Cotton Plant will do tho organizing. In this connect ion it may not bo improper to state that Mr. Wolfo is a "citizen." General Houlangor, tho disap pointed old Fronchman, whoso failures had made his ambition the sUbject of ridicule, shot himself through tho head last wook and by tho act murdered perhaps Iiis greatest enemy. Tho Augusta Exposition peop...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 October 1891

LAUKENS, S. 0., Oct. 6th, 1801 LOCAL. Cotton yoatorday, 8.40 to 8%. Somo brought {tfA._ Gcn'l Waltor Gray wa? horo Wodnos day._ .Mi'-', m him id Farley Las gone to Asho ville. _ Dr. J. P. Hiinpson went to Glonn'? Wednosday. _ Dr. Oaluo has returned from his north? eru trip. Adj't. General Farley wan horo last WoJno8day. Ass't. AdJ'tGen'l Watta inspected tho Cltnton Hille? last Tuesday. Mr. J. 1>. ISpps wont to Newborry Thursday. Mr. Mut Kiddlo is building a houso in Jorsoy. (Sou auvoitisomont of the great closing out salo of tho Augusta Store Wo aro glHd to see Mr, Will Irby on tho strcots again aftor his illness. Happy and content is a home with "Tho Ro chester; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues, wiite Rochester Lamp Co., New York. Miss Junto Hlvcrs loft for Charleston to attend tho Confoderato Homo School Saturday. Mr. J. ?. Garlington has. full control of tho Spartunburg Horaldnow, Mr. W. M. Jones having rosigntid. Mossrs. Oraydon of Abbovillo, Irvino of Groouvi...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 October 1891

ESTOPPED BY DEATH. CORRESPONDENCE MADE PUBLIC BY THE GOVERNOR. Shot IB w i. < ? of Hamilton Would llavo Iti . ii Jlr<|u|r< il |o .\ ii .. ; 111,10 tlio Court? lor the INcupa ufn r.i In II la Charge. Columbia, s. c. Sept. 25.- -Tim death of W. W. Mc'her, sheriff of Hampton, w Iii' Ii wus announced yesterday, re lieves Governor Tilhnun of un unpleas ant duty? Mio ordering of his prosecu tion in tlio court lor wilful negligence in allowing the escapo of a prisoner who was under arrest in this Stato for assault and battery, and for whom a requisition from Governor Fleming of Florida, had been honored, but Iiis nar render delayed until he hud been tried In our courts. Tho governor feels the public welfare, and his duty as execu tive, requires the publication of tho facts and correspondence in the case. On Juno 23 Governor Fleming sent a requisition to the executive olllce for one Sam Jenkins, who wus under indict ment in Hampton county for tho crime of murder. Tho requisition wa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 October 1891

TBE TABKiiNACLE PULPIT. DR. TALMA'?E ASKS THE QUESTION, "WHAT WEH!: YOU MADE FORT"' III? TfXt ThK< M ' iomi .Jollll ?v|l>, .17. "I'd Tlilit Kutl Wh? I Horn"?Ait Able 1>I? COUIKM I'l ??!??<! I ?I l?V Mil i Mi 11 r r m s I v v* DttOOLLYN, Uct. ? A most impres sive scene is ilmi witnessed in the Hrook lytl Tabernacle, win ti at the <>, cuing ol ihu murutuK Rorvlce 7.000 perilous <?? the mum llooi. 111 (wo galleries and the adjoiniug rooms, rU?e and sing the Dox ology. Tin . morning in addition to the congregational -timing Prof. Henry Eyre llrowue rendered from the nrgau, "Theme and Variations iti A," by Cramer* Dr. Tulmatje's text taken Ironi Johu lS:.'i7. "To ihis end wan 1 bout After Pilule had suicided, tradutnu says Unit lllfi body was thrown into Utu Tiber, and buch Morias ?'usued ou and about Ilm', liver M ai tint* body vva-t taki'li out ami ihrown nun Hie Uhoue, and Biiniltii- diati rblllK'ifH swept that river and its banks. Then Hie body w*s Ink* i. out an...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 October 1891

Subscription Price?12 Mouths, 91.00. PAY A DM] IN ADVANCE. ir. \v. ball, />;/>iron. Hud's Tor Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vortUouionti, por sepia ro, o'io inser tion, $1.00; ouch subsequent insertion, b? cotils. laboral reduction made lor largo Ad vertisements. W. W. HA Mi, Proprietor. '.''JJAUKKNH, S. C, Oct. 13th, 1891. A Matter of Business.* Tho columns of tho Advertiser will uot Ijo used to ilun its subscri bers. Every .subscriber can toll how his account stands by the date on tho address of his paper; for in stance, John Doe Aug. 10,"j, means that ho has paid up to Aug-, 10, 1880, or Sept. 10, '1, me .ins that lie lias paid to Sept. 10, 1801, Dills will bo sent to all delin quent subscribers within the next fow weeks and prompt responses nro expected. Persons who have fallen several years behind will bo indulged if ihey make part pay ment, thus showing their intention to do the best they con, Of course, those who pay now will save tho publisher the trouble and expense of se...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 October 1891

Zfyht $,Avtrtintt LAUllKNS, 8. 0., Oct. 13th, 1801. LiOOAL; Cotton yesterday brought SK IM is-.cs Ktninn and Mundo Clardy aro yisiting .Fudge Jnu M. Clardy. Miss Minnlu Hecks is sojourning with fi loads in the city. Mr. Jim. N. Wright Iiis roturnod from Spartunburg munh Improved In health. Two hundred'and thirty tdx bales of OOttOU woro wold horo Satu/day. M. L. Coptland passed llirongh yos lerday ou hit way homo from Kaiudn. Mrs. 9* L. tfrlersou has returned from Bparlanburg. Stokes Bros, keep tho host Fronch Candy at 'i'. Robertson's old .stand. Tho revival in tho Presbytoriau church oouunenc< a on tho 2S11- lost. Next Friday is tho day set for tho hanging of Isaac; KInarda (n> to Stokes Hros. lor Frosh Cuiulios and Cakes, at T. Robertson'? old stand. Col. l''rank 1*2y aas has boon elected sit. perhlloudont of the Newborry County Teacher's Association. Dopuly Sherlll Winters lias roturued from tin! mountains where, ho enjoyed a ncll deserved vacation. Mrs. J. C. c. Poathorst...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 October 1891

BLOODY REVOLUTION. FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE KILLED IN GUATEMALA IN THREE DAYS. I'j< . l<i?Hi ii u i iii.i ? i 'i n Hl? Arm. KftVc ill j 111 y In <>m lllni: II.. IoiOrrC?ilOtti 1>< ?;l?rf M h I)IoIi?ihIiI|i?Tlirr.i i><> of FlghtlUK s?? ? - * lllooiUh?:?!. 8t. Lor is, Sept.:?).?A dispatch from the City of Mexico says a revolution has infti precipitated in tho Republic of Guatemala, which will unquestionably become general. A gentleman who left the city of (Juatomala on the morning of the 10th lust., and who has just reached this city on horso back from the Mexi can fort of Acapulco, bring information that an outbreak occurred in Guatemala City <ni the 15th lost., and was still in progress when he left. According to his story the people of that city were celobrating the anniver sary of their national holiday. It ap pears that President BarrillaS had per sonally appointed tho orators of the day. To this the masses took exception, and when tho orators took the ro...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 October 1891

_V?L ? Vjg- ~ LATTRENS, S. C., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1891. reo, iT" THE SWORD OF ELVAZAK. A SERMON ON THE COLONE66. OOUB f AND UNBELIEF OF THI8AGE. Hml C'mh?? of < l.i ?> tin 11? Who llellev? but ? Part of tbe lllble, of Men Win. Doubt ytli In? ?Ott Of Kt>If St > Ir11 VbrlaltUll* Who Hbrlnfc irooi tho Coufllot. BKOOKJL.YN, O' t. 11.?Among the vast audlcuccs which crowd tho Brook lyn Tabernacle at every scrvlco aro largo nnmbors of young men, many of whom are theological students. Dr. Talmoge's sermon this morning had a special In* terest for them. At this time when so roany are giving up the Bible, or hold ing the trutn loss tinnly than before, tho eloquent preacher put himself ou record so clearly and forcibly that no one who heard him could have any doubt as to his attitude. Ilia text was II Samuel xxili. 10, "And hia hand clave utitu the sword." A grcr t general of King David wns Eleazar, tho hero of tho text. The Philistines opened buttle against trim, and hiB troops ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 October 1891

jgeription Price 12 Mo a tig, 91.00. j.W YAui.K 1 N AD VAKCK. \v, w. nm,i,, Horton. s for Adyortlslng.- Ordinary Ad vortisemontH, per square, one Innor tion, 11.0?; each HUbsu'pient insertion, lltH. wral reduction nmdo for largo Ad ietneots. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. A t if.ENS, 8. C? Ooti20th, I89i. uth will Tinvo it Beau-it/, suro ate. f Atlanta wero not a great city, w could she produce tho Jottr ? . ^ . cKlnloy la developing into a candidato out of a job. Tammtt.iy politics aro an Inilo reacont Dream, It will coino tiue. Moat of tho power for lie form Movements Is furnished by gas engines._ Tho Greenville News is a poet but can "Ise to tho emergency Vfhen It \ ..s to snort. The next sensation will he Ruth's tooth; hut not a painful one for the *'young missus" wo hope. Up to date, tho Dominant Ele ment ("Reformers," don't you know ?) has totally abstained from expressing itself on tho temper ance question. . White supremacy has been an nttendunt, not a principle of demo cracy. Tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 October 1891

;? ?""-"!'."f.''^'?ggsp LA?HKNH, 8. C., Oct. 20th, 18?1. LiQOAlL ??Fantino" at Oponi llouso to-nlght. Mr. A. O. Hart and children visited rolativos at Nluty-Six last weck. Mrs. J. M. Clark is .nuking extensive improvomont? to herhouso in Brooklyn. Bishop Howo will preach in tho Epis copal Church Nov.?th. Mr. JlardOBtor of Baltiuioro, father of Mrs. T. H, Nelson, is In the city. ?tokos Uro?, keep the bout French Candy at T. llobortson's old aland. ?'Tom Sawyer" will bo at the Opora JIouho on Friday nlKht. Don't miss it. Mrs. J. W. Sh oiTh as returnod from a Vlnlt to '"oxns aud Alabama. Major A. Eichelberger paid tho Ai> vnitriHicii n pleasant oall last wook. Cant. Clark andCapt. Fry, of Augusts, woro licro last week. Cue pair black mmorca chickons lor sale: prlce,'$3.'00. Write lb this office. M rs. Polly Decks, of Mroworton, is via ? iting Irienda and relatives in tho city. .Mr. .(. ii. Itichurdsou has roturnod /rum Arkansas. Mr. N. O. Pylos, representing tho Au gusta Chronicle, ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 October 1891

i^?G?S LORD BERESFORD.' AN ENGLISH 8WINDLER NEAR THE' t END OF HIS ROPE. Bow II? VlctlmtMd Georgia F*opl? Into . Who?? Conti d?noo IX? il?<l lugrntlMUHl BIra*elt~C*aftht In New York -Am ?111 Kouml IUm?aI. Home, Ga., Oct. 10.?There I? o? trial iu thin pretty little city one of the moat accomplished conlldeuco men, whofo name is Lascelles. He assumed the name of Lord Beresford. A local paper tells the following facta as the opening chapter to a series of rascally tricks perpetrated upon those who re-\ ceived him in Borne with every courtesy that could be expected by one of so much \ destlnction as he claimed: In January last T. J. Maguiro, presi dent of tho Corporate Salon Syndicates of New York, arrived hero on a business Visit. Among his friends here Is the wealthy Arm of Hamilton & Co., who also own the Etna Furnace. Mr. Ma guire had received lottern of introduc-| lieu from iriends in tho English capital, requesting that Walter Bercsford should be furnished with Information ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1891

LKSSOX OF THK PYRAMID. "WHAT I SAW C NFiRMATORY OF THE SCniPTURES." . TmIihuko IIi Iiih it Herl?*, of Heriiionn ou m in O?Mrtrttlouil 'n tho Hestern i.hikIh?Tho Wonderful i'jrrnujlti of Hi/-. Ii ?utt Mie LeMUUM It Touche?. BkOOKI/YX, Oct. 18.?The vast con gregation at tbo Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning was delighted by an ex quisite rendering, by Professor Henry Eyre Hrowno, ou tlic now organ, of Denlcr'a second sonatti in Q, Dr. Tal moge's sermon was the first of a scries he intends preaching ou Iiis eastern tour, entitled, "J'Vom tbo Pyramids to tlio Acropolis, or What I Saw in Egypt and Greece Confirmatory of the Scriptures." His text was Isaiah xix. It), 20: "In that day shall there bo an nlUir to tbo Lord in the midst of tbo land of Egypt, and ii pillar at the border thereof io tho Lord. And it shall bo for a sign and for a witness." Isutall no doubt here refers to tho groat pyramid at Gizeh, tho chief pyra mid of Egypt. The text speaks of a pillar in Egypt, and ibis is the g...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1891

tyke ^Av^tintr. inscription PrlC? 13-KuOtbs, ?1.00. PAVAVIiKJN ADVANCE. W. W. JiA JjL, EDITOR. ttttos for Advertising- Ordinary Ad ?rtlMcinnnt?, per nqunro, o-io lii!<nr pen, $1.00; each suhsequon. iiiHortlon, COUlH IjUxiihI redaction made for lnruoAd ortiaomonts. XV. XV. BALL, Proprietor. jAUKENH, S. C, Oct. 27lh, 1891. PPttll'a spooch at Atlanta was very HMUtlful aud might liavo been In plred by the houI of Grr.dy. Gov. Northen is bothered about he "Bills" of tho Georgia legisla ture. Tho wrong kind of bill* aro bothering a good many of us. Chill would experience a peck of troublo if tho great American JSagle should strike her with his eak. Atlanta Is alarmed that if rain does not fall in fifteen days she will ibo without water. Thon lot Atlanta move over to ("Kentucky. John J. Ingulfs wont to Massa chusetts to loetnre, but was prc 'vonted by slcknes?. Well, better John J. sick tlinn the old common 5>voaIth. / The statutes of this Slnto require wjiat the rail toads pay the s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1891

%$Ut %AvttH%tx> LAUKENS, 8. O., Oct.^th, 189J. X* OO -A. I_i; Tho old song aoont building a cotton factory In the city Is reviving. Wo liaye had hoavy frosts and tho tomporaturo has boen low for October. Mr. A.N. Hra.nlott is building a resi donco on North Ilarpor street. Sales or cotton have boen light during tii" last ton day*. Stokes Bros, keop the best Frenob candy at T. Robertson's old stand. Dr. v.. M. Caino will opeu a brokerage ofneo in tho olty. Mr. J. >?:. Balontino of Brewerton is clerking for Mlntor A Jatnioson. Miss Mary MoOeo of Fountain Inn is visiting tho Missess McCaslan. Mr. D. II. CouutH is building a com mo.liouM hoiiHo on Irby Hill. Mrs. Jhiucs, of Union, has beeu on a visit to bor Kon, M r. J. H. Jamos. Mr. Will Schade, or Groonville, is in tho city. -. %, Miss Ilr>/.onian, of Ninety-Six, is visit ing Mr. A. 0. Hart'a family. Our fannors still coinpluin that cotton is opening vory 8I0WI3'. ?u to Stokos Hros. for fresh Candy and Cakes at T. Hobortson's ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1891

A REMARKABLE CASE. THE DEPTHS OF INFANY TOWHlfiHA WOMAN CAN GO. I It* to i.lvu With Uio .Vn er tu im H mm. Mauion, s. c, OoL 17.?William Somerset, colored, was convicted on last Wednesday of the murder of Ed M. Foro on Jnuunry 19, 1885, and sentenced by Judge I/Jar to 'jo hanged on Friduv, tho 13th day of November proximo." Tho trial was in many respecta the most rc markahlo ever had In Marion County and excited more interest and feeling than perhaps any trial had in Eastern ' Sauth Carolina in many years. When EdFore was killed it was not supposed that ho, quiet, peaceablo as ho was, had an enomy in the world. Such being tho case it was impossible for Ws friends and the public generally to lix upon any theory as tp 5&TrT- he camo to but death, orswpect a motive on the part of any humau being for the perpe tration ol tho crimo, aud Iub death was, therefore, attributed to accidental causes. All suspicion of foul play was lulled into inactivity. Days, weeks, months and evon years ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1891

TABERNACLE PULPIT. DR. TALMAGE'S SECOND SERMON ON HI8 0LO WORLD JOURNEYS. He riini? Confirmation of the Truth of the Script uro* In the Teallmouy of the Cltlea Miid ltlvorn nurl I * I ?*.-.?. of Lous Ago. Brooklyn, Oct. 25.?The render ing of tlio First Seuala in 1) Minor, by Guilniunt, on UiO great organ of tlio Brooklyn Tuberuuolo this morning, by Professor Henry Eyre Browne, the or ganist, liold ti.o rast congregation spo'l bound with profound emotion. Dr. Tal mni'c preached on "Sailing Up tho Nile," tho second sermon of tho series entitled "From the Pyranues to tho Acropolis; or, What I Saw m Eiijpt and Greeeo Confirmatory of tho Scriptures.1' His text was Ezekiel xxix, fJ, "Tho Kivcr Is Mine and I Have Made It." Aba! This is tho ltivf r Nllo. A br mn or yellow or silver cord on which are hung moro jewels of thrilling interest than on any river that wus ovor twisted in llic sunshine. It ripples through the book of Essekiel, ami flashes in tho books ot Deuteronomy and Isaiah and Z...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1891

'MV, nptl.m Frlco 12 MoDttas, fl.oo. PAYADIii; IN Ai) VANCK. ysr?1.r. ;ja^r^:~. - F? , ....... ?P. IP. V/,l/,/? EDITOR, 1cm for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad lsciunntH, pcv square, 010 Insor $1.00; ouoli subsequent InsorUon, boaal reduction made for largo Ad isomonls. W. W. BALL, .Proprietor. lAUHENS, H. C., Nov. 2nd, 18:11. \ F? the baby the crying issue of National politics? i- Economy lias become an engross ing subject with Attorney General Pope._ ._ \ A inouuiiient to the generous, bravo and brilliant Dawsou should b*J erected I .Lot the newspapers of the Slate take the lead in the movement. A Pennsylvania Judge has ruled ; that electricity is not a manufac '<. lured article, lie probably based this decision upon tlio fact that the ^McKinley law does not niako it fctitlable._ From the numberless compli inonts paid oach otlicr, we are led 'to suspect that Georgia editors havo more heart than beau,?but ^Georgia editors are not headless mortals by any means. Talk of arresting Genera...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1891

L AUKENS, 8. C, Nov. 8rd, 1891. LOOALi Roinombor Blind Tom to-night! It was a coldish October. In bank now?potatoes. Blind Tom, tho marvol ol tho century! Mr. W. H. Martlu went to Atlanta last wook. _t_ Mrs. Jno. A Ufr? Barkadalo Is visiting relatives In Newbtury._ Mrs. Lucy McOowan is visiting rela tives ? SI:?f.?n?oa?, Va. Mr. NV. A. Johnson's advertisement has been changed. Seo? If tho papers spoak true, it is easier to fall out of a balloon than olfa log. Important to aocure seats for Blind Tom this morning. Mayor Ditil went to Columbia last woek._ Stokos Bros, koop the best Fronch Candy at T. Robertson's old stand. Thoio should always bo plonty of gravy-ty In discussing turkey and rico. lhillman-ary consumption exhausts tho traveller's pocket book. A railroad locomotive ought never to bo ab-stoam-lous. Capt. J. U, Ilawthorno, of Oreonvillc, was in tho city Friday. do to Stokes Bros, for fresh Candy and Cakes at T. Robertson's old stand. Tho Fifty-second Congross will con vene o...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1891

bitten ,y a mud m the cele New York, aent, living since y signs of Ids Jm . Kobort p. Morton, |U V ami poppfar v ,ad and l)4Dville railroad, fe*. dleu day morning in exactly v tweot ,nt hours after the flrstsymp tOinrf ai.poared. HUiTering all the agony ?y Attache? to that fearful malady, hydro phobia. The SUto yesterday morning, as us ual, iv-y the public first facts concern ing l/io illness of Mr. Morton and the fe#r of the physician that it was a gen /rylne case of hydrophobia. I lardly had the people of the city recovered from the shock of the information when the ^Announcement was made that tho tin BLfeHimate BtilTeror wan dead, having MWreathed his last at 0.30 a. in. ITT During yesterday the State represen tative called at the residenco and ob tained all the facts. Tho very Jlrst Hymptoms appeared while Mr. Morton was on his engine in tho Columbia and Greenville railroad yard. lie felt a sudden pain in the arm which had been Mtten, and a sickness at tho stomach. Tfejs was on ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 November 1891

MICKS WITHOUT STRAW. SERMON PHF.AGHED BY THE REV. T. DE WITT T ALMAOE. Although, the 1'opnlnr Divlnn nan Preached T?.Mii-i..ur Yea re In Hrook lyw, Ula AiKiirni-M Were Never Larger? ??The Dardao of 8<|Pt*' ltt* ??r. ]{hooki.yn, Nov. I.?TheTabernacle wm thronged as usual this morning. Tho vast edilice tilled to its utmost capacity with eager listeners shown how the p >pu)ar preacher retains Iii? power over the people. Although he has been preaching in Brooklyn for more than twenty-four years, his audiences were never so largo as now, and although the largest Protestant church in America has been built for him, there never was a time when so many persons were turned nwey for lack of room. The sub ject of Ibis morning's sermon mis "Brick* Without St raw," ft continuation ot the series on the continuation of Holy Scripture which Dr. Talmag? found in his journey from tho Pyramids to the Acropolis, Ills text was Isaiah xix, 1, "The burden of Egypt." What is all this excitement about...

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